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Originally Posted by Lorspeaker View Post
 
Check these out...?

Leather and pleather on a lot of Beyerdynamics is a VERY bad idea.

Boomy bass and congested sound is what you'll get with a lot of them most likely.

 

Most Beyer pads are made of vented materials, but these are acoustically sealed. I really doubt there are any sonic benefits to these.

 

To quote the product blurb : 

"Your headphones might deliver clear, powerful sound—but if they’re not comfortable, you won’t be wearing them for long. Upgrade your pair with these Dekoni earpads, made from memory foam wrapped in protein leather. They provide a breathable, cushioned, enveloped feel for hours of fatigue-free listening. "

At which point are stock Beyerdynamic pads ever NOT comfortable???


Edited by GREQ - 10/7/16 at 12:22am
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I have a pair of Turtle Beach stealth 500x headphones for my Xbox One. I have had them for a few months and after wearing them for a couple hours they start to severely hurt my ears. I have been looking for replacement cushions with more depth and I can't seem to find the right cushions. Does anyone know of any compatible cushions I can use with this headset?
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It would help us a lot, and yourself, if you measured the shortest and longest sides of the original pads with a ruler.

Bonus points if you take an earpad off and measure the cup itself.

Additional bonus points for measuring the dimensions of the ear opening in the earpad, too.

 

 

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Originally Posted by Mad Max View Post

It would help us a lot, and yourself, if you measured the shortest and longest sides of the original pads with a ruler.
Bonus points if you take an earpad off and measure the cup itself.
Additional bonus points for measuring the dimensions of the ear opening in the earpad, too.




Thx for the reply. I removed the cuff from the headset and got some measurements. The length measurement or the longest measurement on the cuff is 98.4 mm and the width measurement is 82.5 mm. Ear opening measurements are 63.5 mm x 41.3 mm[IMG]
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measure the internal dimensions too.

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He did, that headphone is roomy, just lacking thickness for him.

 

joshua1286, try Brainwavz HM5 pads, they are about the right size and inner diameters are similar to your stock pads, though slightly bigger.  A little thicker and roomier, too, going by photos I see in a google search.  Also look into 90-100mm long oval earpads on eBay from Chinese sellers, but I recommend avoiding the ones with wrinkly texture, they tend to be the low-quality ones.  Hopefully the HM5s should do.


Edited by Mad Max - 11/26/16 at 9:44pm
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Originally Posted by Mad Max View Post

He did, that headphone is roomy, just lacking thickness for him.

joshua1286, try Brainwavz HM5 pads, they are about the right size and inner diameters are similar to your stock pads, though slightly bigger.  A little thicker and roomier, too, going by photos I see in a google search.  Also look into 90-100mm long oval earpads on eBay from Chinese sellers, but I recommend avoiding the ones with wrinkly texture, they tend to be the low-quality ones.  Hopefully the HM5s should do.

I looked into the brainwavz HM5, and I think they might be what i'm looking for. I'm going to pick them up and see how they handle my big ass ears lol. Thanks for the reference! You've been a big help, much appreciated.
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Brainwavz is having a pads sales for Cyber Monday, though they don't sales off the Sheepskin one :(

http://www.brainwavzaudio.com/collections/cyber-monday-special-offers

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